Kyla Piscopink is a dancer/choreographer who strives to make dance accessible, useful and fun. Originally from Cassadaga, NY, Kyla began her training at Collage Performing Arts Center and furthered her studies at SUNY Brockport & Fredonia before continuing on to Broadway Dance Center in NYC.

As the founder/artistic director of Dance Key West, Kyla has danced and presented work at Dixon Place, Lincoln Center, Triskelion Arts, The Duplex, New York Fashion Week (StylePointe), and all over the stages and streets of Key West. Kyla’s deep love of music motivates her creative process and has resulted in collaborations with talented musicians, including her True-et with Keith Burnstein, video projects with Tony Roberts,and mutlidisciplinary performances with Ben Pegg & The Love Maximum. A versatile artist, Kyla has danced with Nutcracker Key West, The Buffalo Jills NFL Cheerleaders, Daniel Gwirtzman, Core Project Chicago and Manuel Mendive. Favorite choreography projects include: “OK Toilet Bowl” (a children’s music project by STEVENSTEVEN - Steve Burns of Blue’s Clues + Steven Drozd of The Flaming Lips), Prime Time (by Blake Hunter of Who’s The Boss? & Charles Lindberg, directed by Murphy Davis w/ music direction by Debra Barsha), Five Course Love (by Gregg Coffin, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel), and The ReMARCable Dance Project (a program she created for adults with developmental disabilities).

In addition to dance, Kyla creates music and underwater photography. She is certified in Pilates Mat & Autism Movement Therapy®, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from The State University of New York at Fredonia, and is mother to one darling boy. Kyla currently resides with her sweet family in Key West. Visit: kylapiscopink.com